Compound interest

A new study highlights how much money you actually lose by waiting to receive a refund.
Here are three ways you can use get a little more of the most valuable thing in the world: time.
A chance Uber POOL ride to the airport sparked a conversation about a doctor's retirement plan that most definitely needs patching up.
Once you decide on an amount for saving, stick to it. If possible, use the old technique of paying yourself first. When you sit down to pay your bills, write the first check to your nest egg.
On a positive note, what you do have that my generation doesn't, is time. Time is much more valuable than youth or money
People usually get better at things over time. We're better farmers, faster runners, safer pilots, and more accurate weather forecasters than we were 50 years ago. But there's something about money that gets the better of us.
How can you make compound interest work for you? Start contributing today towards your long-term goals, which will happen more than 10 years from now. You can use the Rule of 72 as a quick way to calculate how your money can grow.
This is not rocket science. By developing a public banking system, governments can keep the interest and reinvest it locally.
With neither extreme the likely victor, solutions may lie somewhere in the middle. I recently was fortunate enough to be
It's worth repeating again: The secret to getting rich as an investor is the power of compound interest. And you don't even